Program to improve outcomes for geriatric surgery patients shows promise in a hospital setting

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Clinical Congress 2020 research presentation: A beta test of a program for older adults who undergo major surgery has resulted in shorter hospital stays and lower rates of post-surgery delirium, among other improved outcomes, according to Thomas Nichols Robinson, MD, FACS, chief of surgery at Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center and a member of the ACS GSV program panel and Alexandra Kovar, MD, a general surgery resident at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and chief resident for quality and safety at the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center. Read the news story
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